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During the Cold War, one of the nonaligned nations was A. Cuba. B. India. C. Japan. D. Poland.
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User: During the Cold War, one of the nonaligned nations was A. Cuba. B. India. C. Japan. D. Poland.

Weegy: Poland Although the group known ... During the Cold War, ... [ developing nations During the cold War, one of the nonaligned nations was India The Bay of Pigs was a ... ]


User: In 1978, the Camp David Accords were signed by A. Anwar Sadat and Golda Meir. B. Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin. C. Yasir Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin. D. Yasir Arafat and Menachem Begin

Weegy: B. Anwar Sadat and Menachem Begin.
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User: In the summer of 1968, forces from Warsaw Pact nations invaded A. Hungary. B. China. C. Afghanistan. D. Czechoslovakia.

Weegy: b. Poland c. Austria d. Czechoslovakia. a. ... b. allied forces invaded France c. the U.S. entered the war ... United Nations c. iron curtain d. [ Warsaw Pact. a. ]


User: Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, and Deng Xiaoping were all A. political conservatives but economic moderates. B. strong supporters of the Cultural Revolution. C. political moderates but economic conservatives. D. participants in the war between communists and nationalists.

Weegy: A. political conservatives but economic moderates.
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User: Pakistan began as a divided nation. Its east and west regions were separated by A. the Krishna River. B. the Brahmaputra River. C. 1,000 miles of Indian territory. D. 500 miles of Afghan territory.

Weegy: Pakistan began as a divided nation. Its east and west regions were separated byC. 1,000 miles of Indian territory.
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User: Push factors of migration include lack of food due to drought, natural disasters, and A. political oppression. B. political dissent. C. gender inequality. D. nuclear proliferation.

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Push factors of migration include lack of food due to drought, natural disasters, and political oppression
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